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Cape Town family still none the wiser about Covid status after two botched tests

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A nurse with a swab for a coronavirus test.
A nurse with a swab for a coronavirus test.
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Not once, twice, but three times - this is how many Covid-19 tests a City of Cape Town clinic needed to conduct on a Cape Town family after they were exposed to a relative who had tested positive.

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